Rikens’ creative design team along with our customers stylish selections, allowed us to transform this 1930’s Orlando house into a modern space, keeping the characteristics of the age of the home and giving it a fresh new look.

The Crouch family forwent their original plan to add onto the home & called Riken Construction to remodel their existing house, bringing it up to do before adding the addition.

Our team carefully re-designed decorative arches, laid transitional hexagonal tiles for added character and added tall marble and wainscoting throughout the home. And lets not forget to mention… (we all could use one of these) this functional and beautiful wooden built-in downstairs in the living room.


Living Room Built-In Shelving Unit

Crown Molding Around Door Frames 

Hexagonal Tile

Re-Constructed Archways


Before: Master Bedroom Closet Remodel

Everyone could use a little more closet space and a whole lot more organization, and that rang just as true for the Crouch family. We were able to turn this small closet into a functional and efficient space for this family during their master bedroom remodel.

After: Master Bedroom Closet Remodel


Before: Master Bathroom Remodel

The master bathroom upstairs was smaller than most people’s hall bath. We decided to blow out the wall of where the tub was and extend it out 30″ so that we could relocate the lavatory and create a double vanity centered on the back wall.

We turned the toilet to make it more comfortable in the tight space provided. We removed the tub and built a marble shower with a bench along the back wall, large rain shower head, and a frameless glass enclosure.

After: Master Bathroom Remodel

We were honored to spend time with the Crouch Family and look forward to working with them down the road on more additions and home remodeling projects.

Are you looking to remodel your home? Contact Riken for a free quote.